DNS files okay?

DNS files okay?

Post by Steve Shree » Fri, 05 Mar 1999 04:00:00



I've gotta DNS question for you. If you can help, I'd appreciate it if you

the med school. It has an assigned hostname and IP address of
'medweb.med.uci.edu' and '128.200.234.2'. I'd like to use this machine to
serve up DNS information for other domains. For example, I'd like to serve up
info for a domain called 's2s.org' and another called 'foobar.com' (let's
say). The 's2s.org' domain I'd like to share the same IP address with
'medweb.med.uci.edu'. However, the 'foobar.com' machine will actually be

following config files (see below, sans the 'foobar.com' one). I was wondering
if you could give a quick check over these to see if everything is cool. I'd
appreciate any help you could offer...

Steve

/etc/named.conf
===============
options {
        directory "/var/named";

Quote:};

zone "." {
        type hint;
        file "hints";

Quote:};

zone "0.0.127.in-addr.arpa" {
        type master;
        file "localhost";

Quote:};

zone "s2s.org" {
        type master;
        file "s2s.org";

Quote:};

/var/named/hints
================

/var/named/localhost

                        1998030373      ; Serial, today's date + version
                        3H              ; Refresh after 3 hours
                        1H              ; Retry after 1 hour
                        1W              ; Expire after 1 week
                        1D )            ; Minimum TTL of 1 day
                NS      medweb.med.uci.edu.

1               PTR     localhost.

/var/named/s2s.org

                        1998030373      ; Serial, today's date + version
                        3H              ; Refresh after 3 hours
                        1H              ; Retry after 1 hour
                        1W              ; Expire after 1 week
                        1D )            ; Minimum TTL of 1 day
                NS      ns
                NS      ns.r8ix.com.    ; a buddy's name server
                MX 10   mail
                A       128.200.234.2
localhost       A       127.0.0.1
ns              A       128.200.234.2
mail            A       128.200.234.2
www             A       128.200.234.2
ftp             A       128.200.234.2

 
 
 

DNS files okay?

Post by tperuzz » Sat, 20 Mar 1999 04:00:00



> I've gotta DNS question for you. If you can help, I'd appreciate it if you

> the med school. It has an assigned hostname and IP address of
> 'medweb.med.uci.edu' and '128.200.234.2'. I'd like to use this machine to
> serve up DNS information for other domains. For example, I'd like to serve up
> info for a domain called 's2s.org' and another called 'foobar.com' (let's
> say). The 's2s.org' domain I'd like to share the same IP address with
> 'medweb.med.uci.edu'. However, the 'foobar.com' machine will actually be

> following config files (see below, sans the 'foobar.com' one). I was wondering
> if you could give a quick check over these to see if everything is cool. I'd
> appreciate any help you could offer...

> Steve

> /etc/named.conf
> ===============
> options {
>         directory "/var/named";
> };

> zone "." {
>         type hint;
>         file "hints";
> };

> zone "0.0.127.in-addr.arpa" {
>         type master;
>         file "localhost";
> };

> zone "s2s.org" {
>         type master;
>         file "s2s.org";
> };

> /var/named/hints
> ================

> /var/named/localhost
> ====================

>                         1998030373      ; Serial, today's date + version
>                         3H              ; Refresh after 3 hours
>                         1H              ; Retry after 1 hour
>                         1W              ; Expire after 1 week
>                         1D )            ; Minimum TTL of 1 day
>                 NS      medweb.med.uci.edu.

> 1               PTR     localhost.

> /var/named/s2s.org
> ==================

>                         1998030373      ; Serial, today's date + version
>                         3H              ; Refresh after 3 hours
>                         1H              ; Retry after 1 hour
>                         1W              ; Expire after 1 week
>                         1D )            ; Minimum TTL of 1 day
>                 NS      ns
>                 NS      ns.r8ix.com.    ; a buddy's name server
>                 MX 10   mail
>                 A       128.200.234.2
> localhost       A       127.0.0.1
> ns              A       128.200.234.2
> mail            A       128.200.234.2
> www             A       128.200.234.2
> ftp             A       128.200.234.2

you need to modify your records
for example the A RRs
localhost       in a    128.....
                ^^
what i mean: you have to put an "in" before A CNAME and PTR Records
tom
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